Read some here and started remembering others.
So I completely forgot we had a game machine thing of some kind. Before having our first computer we were playing Super Mario Bros. I tried it a bit a few years ago for nostalgia's sake and it holds up pretty well. We also had a Spider Man game on that thing, not sure which. And a basketball game. Now that I think about it, I grew up with a bunch of sports games because of my brother. Oh back to Mario, a relative had Super Mario World so I got to play that a bit. Another relative had a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game, I think the Genesis one.
SimCity 2000. Can't say I played it. I just made all the bad stuff happen. Destruction and mayhem is fun, apparently. This is a cool type of scenario for actual God. We're its little ****ed up fantasy.
Wolfenstein! How could I not remember? Infuriating to boot. A few more wall textures would've helped. Never tried Brutal Wolfenstein, maybe I should.
Tomb Raider. I'm sure about 3 and Chronicles, and definitely not the first one. Smooth movement. And Lara, you know, didn't exactly bother me.
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. First played it in a cybercafe. My brother sitting next to me was not happy, 'cause I was really excited about the graphics and presentation, wanted to share it, and had headphones on.
At home I played it on Hard. Hard gets unfair but Normal is too easy.
Need for Speed III. And Road Rash, that's a good one. I still play it sometimes. Mayhem is fun.
I mentioned it elsewhere but Max Payne. Still awesome.
That's it for now I think. Had missed a couple good ones.